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Welcome to Shoryudo, located in the very center of Japan. Let’s find out what Shoryudo offer!

Posted By on Feb 15, 2018

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The Shoryudo is located in the very center of Japan. The Shoryudo offers regional sightseeing routes that provide the best this region has to offer, with themes that include “mountains”, starting with Mt. Fuji, Japan’s most famous mountain; “food and famous sake brands” that are produced by the region’s abundance of clean water; history and traditional cultures shaped by the “samurai”; and “manufacturing” that is the creation and the legacy of master artisans.

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This part of Japan, the Chubu and Hokuriku regions (Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui, Nagano, Gifu, Shizuoka, Aichi, Mie, and Shiga Prefectures), is called the Shoryudo Route (which means the “way of the rising dragon” in Japanese) because of its shape, which resembles a dragon. We can’t wait for you to come and visit the Shoryudo!

There are 4 diffrent course to enjoy Shoryudo such as “Dragon Course”, “Nostalgic Course”, “Great Nature Course” and “Ukiyo-e Course”.

Dragon


Dragon Course

This route, which symbolizes the Shoryudo, is shaped like a dragon rising to the sky with the Noto Peninsula as its head.

 

Nostalgic

Nostalgic Course
This route let you experience the spirit of the Japanese people, providing encounters with the nation’s good old days.

 

Great Nature


Great Nature Course

This route puts you in touch with the bustle and magnificence of the great outdoors, including mountains, fantastically-shaped rocks, and ancient lakes.

Ukiyo-e


Ukiyo-e Course

This route lets you enjoy crafts and experience castles related to the samurai, who played a formative role in the period we see depicted in ukiyo-e paintings.

What to see more in Shouryudo, please visit below. There are 16 most popular, must see places.
https://www.jtbusa.com/shoryudo/

 

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